# Tech. CAD Semester 2 Review (Part 2) Question Preview (ID: 31453)

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Most codes require the top of the foundation to be at least _______ above grade.
a) 15 inches
b) 13 inches
c) 10 inches
d) 8 inches

In a drawing that is set to 1/8=1'-0 how many feet does a 3 line represent?
a) 22'
b) 23'
c) 24'
d) 25'

In a drawing that is set to 1/4=1'-0 how many feet does a 1 line represent?
a) 1'
b) 2'
c) 3'
d) 4'

What is the common depth for a base cabinet?
a) 1'
b) 2'
c) 3'
d) 4'

What is the common depth for a wall cabinet?
a) 1'
b) 2'
c) 3'
d) 4'

What size in an C size piece of paper?
a) 8.50 x 11.00
b) 11.00 x 17.00
c) 17.00 x 22.00
d) 22.00 x 34.00

What is the common scale for a residential floor plan?
a) 1/4 inch equals a foot
b) 1/8 inch equals a foot
c) 3/4 inch equals a foot
d) 7/8 inch equals a foot

What size in an A size piece of paper?
a) 8.50 x 11.00
b) 11.00 x 17.00
c) 17.00 x 22.00
d) 22.00 x 34.00

What size in an B size piece of paper?
a) 8.50 x 11.00
b) 11.00 x 17.00
c) 17.00 x 22.00
d) 22.00 x 34.00

These types of section views are typically used for cylindrical objects
a) Full Section
b) Half Section
c) Offset Section
d) Cut Section

What type of line is used to show an arch way or plain opening on a floor plan?
a) Construction Line
b) Center Line
c) Phantom Line
d) Hidden Line

a) Elevation Drawing
b) Floor Plan
c) Bubble Diagram
d) 3D Model

In Inventor how do you 'zoom all'?
a) double click the mouse wheel
b) double click
c) shift+mouse wheel
d) press and hold the mouse wheel

For this type of section view the cutting plane zig zags through the model's important features.
a) Full Section
b) Half Section
c) Offset Section
d) Circular Section

A roof angle on an elevation is shown using what math method?
a) Slope Triangle
b) Angular
c) Linear
d) Decimal

Bedroom windows should be a certain width in order to accommodate who?
a) fire fighters/rescue
b) animals
c) weather elements
d) furniture

How do you '3d orbit' in Inventor?
a) Hold the mouse wheel down, press and hold the Ctrl key, and move your mouse.
b) Hold the mouse wheel down, press and hold the ShiftÂ key, and move your mouse.
c) Hold down the mouse wheel and move your mouse
d) Roll the mouse wheel forward

How do you 'pan' in Inventor?
a) ctrl alt delete
b) Shift+right click
c) Shift+press and hold mouse wheel
d) press and hold the mouse wheel

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